VIDEO: BYU lip-sync's Chicago and it's mandatory you watch this
No words, except the words which are lip-synced in this video. GET TO WATCHING NOW.
Well, the long college basketball offseason has brought us to this: BYU star guard Tyler Haws (RELATED! Ranked No. 34 in the nation by us) lip-syncing on a grassy knoll to Chicago's 1984 top-five hit, "You're the Inspiration." He's soon joined by teammates Luke Worthington and Skyler Halford.
How this isn't a violation of the Student Honor Code in Provo is a mystery to me, but I'm thankful no one will be suspended for it.
Even though they probably should. Because, honestly: it's '80s Chicago. At least give me something off one of the early '70s LPs. You can't mess with that horn section, son.
Anyway, BYU is a weird place. And, yet, thank you, BYU. PLEASE MAKE MORE OF THESE. Recommending this immediately. I close with this:
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